The Walker-Klinner Farm is a historic 1,600-acre (650 ha) farm and historic district near Maplesville, Chilton County, Alabama. The present boundaries of the farm were established during the mid-1850s. The two-and-a-half-story Eastlake-style farmhouse was built in 1890. Other contributing structures include the front yard fence (1927), tool shed (1900), chicken house (1900), corn crib (1890), overseer's house (1930), 4 tenant houses (ranging from 1850-1910), shed (1900), 3 barns (ranging from 1870-1900), water pump (1900), chicken coop (1900), cemetery (19th century), store (late 19th century), and a dogtrot house (19th century). There are also 15 noncontributing structures on the property. The farm is significant for its intact mid-19th century farm boundaries and for being maintained as a farm for more than 135 years at the time of nomination to the National Register. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1987.